Nazis really do love their mythologies

nuremberg rallyA little over 70 years ago the world beat the Nazi third Reich into oblivion. It was an horrendous regime built upon hatred and fear, division and mythology. At its heart was the myth of the Aryan Master race, an imaginary ancestral genotype who high-ranking Nazis professed to believe had bequeathed superior status upon Germanic peoples.

It was all rubbish, of course. A fanciful example of deranged wishful thinking, based upon occult practices, half-understood legends and a huge dose of wishful thinking. Arguably very few Nazis believed in the Aryan myth outside of Hitler’s inner circle. Fanatics like Himmler certainly did. Opportunists like Rohm and Goering probably just pretended to so that they could climb the party ladder to personal power. The propagandist, Julius Streicher almost certainly saw Aryanism for the nonsense it was but that didn’t stop him from peddling the story to the wider population. It was the mythology that led the tiny Nazi party started by Anton Dexler in a Munich workshop to grow into a giant monster that almost stole an entire continent.

nuremberg laws jew nazi discrimination 1936Every good myth needs a counterpoint, a foil to be compared to, a counterweight to be measured against. In Hitler’s Germany the counterweight was international Jewry. The more the Jews could be demonised the greater the Aryans would appear. The Nazi propaganda machine resurrected centuries old fables like the medieval blood libel and added some more modern slanders for good measure. It worked like clockwork. German people, frightened of the enemy within were desperate to believe in the salvationpromised by their mythological ancestors and the Aryan myth took root.

That’s a short, potted history of the events of the 1930s and 1940s. What would the same passage be like if it was to be written in the late 21st century? We think it’d look something like this…

BF Burton 120 maxA little over 70 years ago the world beat the Nazi Biffers into oblivion. It was an horrendous regime built upon hatred and fear, division and mythology. At its heart was the myth of the Aryan Master race, an imaginary ancestral genotype who high-ranking Biffers professed to believe had bequeathed superior status upon white, British protestants.

It was all rubbish, of course. A fanciful example of deranged wishful thinking, based upon barely understood religious rituals, half-understood legends and a huge dose of wishful thinking. Arguably very few Biffers believed in the Aryan myth outside of Golding’s inner circle. Fanatics like Lewis certainly did. Opportunists like Slatter and Lomax probably just pretended to so that they could climb the party ladder to personal power. The propagandist, Jayda Fransen almost certainly saw Aryanism for the nonsense it was but that didn’t stop her from peddling the story to the wider population. It was the mythology that led the tiny Biffer party started under the name ‘English Defence League’ by Steven Yaxley-Lennon in a Luton sports bar to grow into the giant monster that almost stole an entire continent.

EBF BF policies conference 2015 1Every good myth needs a counterpoint, a foil to be compared to, a counterweight to be measured against. In Golding’s Britain the counterweight was international Islam. The more the Muslims could be demonised the greater the Aryans would appear. The Biffer propaganda machine resurrected centuries old fables like the medieval blood libel and added some more modern slanders for good measure. It worked like clockwork. British people, frightened of the enemy within were desperate to believe in the salvation promised by their mythological ancestors and the Aryan myth took root.

Some may think we’re being a bit over the top with this comparison. Please consider the possibility that we’re not.

When Hitler joined the party he was eventually to lead there were only 54 other members. He was registered as member number 555 because the Nazis had started counting at 501 to make themselves look more popular than they really were. By a strange coincidence Golding – the ‘founder member’ and leader of Britan First has exactly the same membership number. At least he had until we started pointing out that he seemed a little too keen to emulate his late hero. Then, even more implausibly, the founder member’s card number mysteriously changed to 66548. Spooky!

Golding BF membership card number 66548.jpg

The German Nazi party, started by an insignificant tradesman called Anton Drexler, was about as insignificant as it could be and nobody took it seriously – until it was too late. Drexler was ousted and the new leader, more charismatic and calculating than Drexler had ever been took it from strength to strength.

Paul Golding is like Drexler. He’s just holding the organisation in place while it treads water. Britain First has no future under Paulie and everyone knows it. It may not have a future under Fransen (we’ll find out later this year). But it’s bigger than the Nazi party under Drexler and it’s ripe for exploitation by the right leader.

Jayda  Fransen parenthesis Julius Streicher pic 1

 

EBF Jayda Fransen parenthesis Julius Streicher pic 2

You can download our 69 page expose of Britain First’s neo-nazi intentions and practices here. It’s free and for those unfamiliar with the true nature of the Biffers we think it’s a real eye-opener.

Let’s crush these neo-nazis before they get the chance to grow into something unmanageable. Like the first sign of weeds in the garden, these nasty little duck wort need to be uprooted and destroyed before they strangle all that is decent about our society.

Let’s stop them right now – together.

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